Have you read Michael Pollan’s book ‘How To Change Your Mind’ and want to have your first psychedelic experience? Or read any of the recent articles about research on LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, peyote, ayahuasca or ketamine? Or seen GoopLab?

Maybe you’ve already experimented and find yourself – no – lost yourself. Please read on…

Returning to regular work-life patterns can be psychologically jarring following a psychedelic journey. You may find yourself irrevocably changed whilst everything in the 'default' world remains the same. Thus, reshaping your life to mirror the inward changes you have undergone can be profoundly challenging.

The psychedelic experience can produce a spectrum of insights, ranging from personal to transpersonal to ecological. Sometimes a person will gain a new perspective on who they are, shifting the landscape around their professional purpose, intimate relationships, and lifestyles.

Psychedelic integration, then, has the intention of bridging the practical with the mystical, taking profound, ineffable experiences beyond the temporality of the psychedelic state and grounding them in day-to-day life in the form of enduring, positive changes.

I utilize my training and experience in body-centered trauma resolution therapy, Internal Family Systems therapy and other methods learned in psychedelic assisted therapy training

to support this integration process. 

Psychedelic Integration does not involve providing or prescribing any psychedelic or other controlled substance to a client.  Additionally, it does not include referring to “underground” resources, or recommending use.

"Your wholeness is entirely individual to you and is best considered an evolutionary process."   Stanislov Grof